Physical Balance is the ability to maintain an upright and steady position such as when standing ( even when standing on one foot) or walking or moving around and it begins with the foot.The nerves and muscles work in harmony for good physical balance.
BE A FLAMINGO FOR BETTER BALANCE.
Practice standing on one leg,with eyes fixed on a stationary spot in front of you. Start on a hard floor and progress to carpet or foam. Once you can stand balanced for a whole minute, try changing the position of your arms, legs and eyes without falling over.
STAND UP SLOWLY TO HELP YOUR HEAD.
Morning dizziness is often caused by a drop in blood pressure upon standing, particularly after a long time spent lying down. Get up slowly to give the blood time to circulate around the entire body.
Get FIT TO STAND TALL.
Fitter people have better physical balance not just because of their tendency to be the correct weight but also because their nerves and muscles are used to working together to keep their body upright.
GET BALANCED AS YOU GET OLDER.
Balance problems affect more than a third of people over 65 years of age and more than half of those over 75 (Prevention better than cure). Make certain that you prepare and maintain your balance muscles with regular exercises and a plant base diet before you reach older stages and encounter balance problems.
DONT SPILL A DROP.
Don’t just drink eight glasses of water per day – use them as an opportunity to work on your balance by walking around without spilling them for a few minutes before you take a sip.
AVOID CRACKS TO SPEED UP REACTIONS.
Practice walking faster and stepping over or avoiding objects lying in your path, such as cracks in the pavement or tiles on the kitchen floor or bathroom floor. This will help improve the speed of your walking and decrease hesitancy. Pay attention to your steps .
KEEP SKIN SILKY-SMOOTH.
Exfoliating the skin to remove dead skin cells may help you retain a good sense of balance by increasing the sensation powers of your skin, by allowing your body to make small adjustments to maintain nerves and muscles well-being.